Written by January 21, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 1/21 Tags: Roundup FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 16COALVILLE, Utah-Quinton Jones amassed 16 points and 15 rebounds and the North Summit Braves bested North Sevier 69-59 in Region 16 boys basketball action Tuesday. Burke Mickelsen’s 16 points led the Wolves in the loss.Non-RegionSALT LAKE CITY-Caleb Koski posted 26 points and Intermountain Christian edged Bryce Valley 59-58 Tuesday in non-region boys basketball action. Sergio Vasquez led the Mustangs in defeat with 19 points.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Richie Saunders netted 18 points and the Wasatch Academy Tigers pummeled Jordan 86-51 in non-region boys basketball action Tuesday. Micah Ashman’s 14 points led the Beetdiggers in the loss.Girls BasketballRegion 12CASTLE DALE, Utah-Kenzie Jones stepped up with 32 points and the South Sevier Rams dismantled Emery 66-50 in Region 12 girls basketball action Tuesday. Hailey Allred had 18 points in the loss for the Spartans.RICHFIELD, Utah-Passion Reitz netted 22 points and the Richfield Wildcats humbled Carbon 62-56 Tuesday in Region 12 girls basketball action. Abbie Saccomanno had 16 points for the Dinos in defeat.Region 14MANTI, Utah-Allie Bridges led the way with 12 points and the Manti Templars clobbered Maeser Prep 66-21 Tuesday in Region 14 girls basketball action. Becca Linford had 8 points in the loss for the Lions.SPANISH FORK, Utah-Kenadi Morrill posted 11 points and American Leadership downed North Sanpete 46-35 in Region 14 girls basketball action Tuesday. Eryn Briggs had 10 points for the Hawks in defeat.DELTA, Utah-Jadee Dutson netted 12 points and the Delta Rabbits humbled Union 41-32 in Region 14 girls basketball action Tuesday at the Palladium. Sammy Taylor had 16 points to lead the Cougars in defeat.Region 15DRAPER, Utah-Nataly Dunka stepped up with 21 points and the Wasatch Academy Tigers pounded Draper APA 70-32 Tuesday in Region 15 girls basketball action. Riley Bluth had 15 points in defeat for the Eagles.Region 16COALVILLE, Utah-Kennady McQueen netted 25 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists as the North Summit Braves clobbered North Sevier 69-31 in Region 16 girls basketball action Tuesday. Kamree Brunson led the Wolves in the loss with 12 points.GUNNISON, Utah-Rian Christiansen led the way with 16 points and the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs got past Monticello 47-38 Tuesday in Region 16 girls basketball action. Megan Black’s 16 points led the Buckaroos in defeat.Region 18KANAB, Utah-Rylee Miller amassed 16 points as the Millard Eagles downed Kanab 47-41 in Region 18 girls basketball action Tuesday. Brinley Cornell paced Kanab in defeat with 13 points.BEAVER, Utah-Halle Hutchings netted 19 points and 9 rebounds as the Beaver Beavers waxed Parowan 42-36 Tuesday in Region 18 girls basketball action. Danika Jones had 8 points and 8 rebounds for the Rams in the loss. Brad James
Boomin has been endorsed by The Guild of Property Professionals after the Bruce brothers gave undertakings to its 800 members that they are not planning to cut out agents and go direct to consumers to sell their homes, and that agents’ data would not be ‘stolen’.The Guild says it has been in discussion with its members about the platform since November in a bid to overcome agent worries about the platform, which was due to launch last year but has yet to set a date for its delayed ‘go live’.“Like the broader industry it represents, opinion on Boomin has been divided, though the need for fresh competition in the portal space is absolutely clear,” a Guild statement says.“The team at Boomin have made themselves available to The Guild and the membership as and when we have called upon them and have been open, transparent, and flexible in their response.”Voice concerns“At the time there was a polarisation within the Membership regarding the new portal, and we wanted the network to be able to voice their concerns so that we could address them directly with Boomin,” adds Iain McKenzie (above, right), CEO of The Guild of Property Professionals says.To allay fears, McKenzie has struck a deal with Boomin that mean his members will access Boomin through the Guild’s platform rather than directly in order to protect their data.Michael Bruce, co-founder of Boomin (above, left), says: “We are proud to have entered into an agreement with The Guild that reinforces beyond any doubt our commitment to an agent and customer relationship and puts pay to any concerns of a data play.“To be very clear Boomin has not, and will not, ever look to move to a direct model, something this agreement guarantees.”Read more about the Guild and portals.Boomin Iain McKenzie Michael Bruce The Guild of Property Professionals January 29, 2021Nigel LewisOne commentMichael Gilders, Carters of Bedworth Carters of Bedworth 29th January 2021 at 9:18 amAnother Job for the boys!This was the guy that was supposed to be negotiating a Right move discount for Independent Agents and now wants to line the pockets of the Gentleman that tried to ruin high street agents I.E Purple Bricks! Tread carefully folks.Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Associations & Bodies » Guild endorses Boomin after founder makes data and industry promises previous nextAssociations & BodiesGuild endorses Boomin after founder makes data and industry promisesMichael Bruce confirms agents’ data will not be ‘stolen’ and that platform will never go direct to consumers.Nigel Lewis29th January 20211 Comment989 Views
IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Pinterest Twitter (Photo supplied/ABC 57) The City of Elkhart will spend $5 million on building and improving the Tolson Center.Monday night the City Council approved the funding with a unanimous 8-0 vote.Another $2 million will come from the Community Foundation of Elkhart County, and yet another $1 million from private donors.City Councilman Kevin Bullard said “this is a broader vision than just a building, it’s about a revitalization of a neighborhood and bring a community center for the entire city.”Construction could begin in the spring of next year, with the hopes of opening the new center in early 2022. Facebook Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – March 3, 2020 0 283 Twitter Pinterest Facebook Funding moving forward for changes at the Tolson Center Google+ Previous articleJudge overturns porn conviction of Jared Fogle associateNext articleWalorski visits national command center for coronavirus response Tommie Lee
WhatsApp COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanded to 65+ in Indiana By Network Indiana – February 1, 2021 0 169 Twitter Facebook WhatsApp CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Pinterest Twitter Google+ (Photo supplied/Indiana State Department of Healtth) Indiana has expanded its eligibility for the coronavirus vaccine. Hoosiers who are 65 years of age or older can now register to get the shot. It was 70+ before Monday. You can sign up by going to vaccine.coronavirus.in.gov or by calling 211. The Indiana Department of Health says nearly 144,000 Hoosiers have been fully vaccinated, and 562,000 have received their first shot.Governor Eric Holcomb’s new COVID restrictions go into effect today as well. Instead of a specific number of people, events and social gatherings will limit attendance by a percentage. If your county is in red or orange, you can have up to 25% capacity. If you county is in yellow, you can have up to 50% capacity. Pinterest Google+ Facebook Previous articleNationwide public transportation mask mandate going into effectNext articleIndiana considers a new cigarette tax Network Indiana
High street coffee chain CaffèNero has agreed a 10-year lease with developer Downing to open a ground floor unit at CitySide student accommodation, Leeds.The coffee brand has taken a 2,200 sq m ground floor unit at the development on Calverley Street, which includes an outdoor seating area.The double-height unit features floor-to-ceiling windows and was delivered to a specification to allow Caffè Nero to transform the space to meet their requirements.“Caffè Nero is one of the UK’s leading brands and will be a fantastic addition to the CitySide complex,” said John Clegg, head of property management at Downing.“The unit sits within a vibrant development located within the centre of Leeds’ student community, which attracts great footfall from both students and local workers. We’re expecting the cafe to be very popular with our student tenants and local residents.”
As time passes and the jam band scene continues to evolve, it has been exciting to see the rise of new acts. One such band is Spafford, the four-piece traditional jam band, that is currently experiencing a meteoric rising through the ranks as their name gains more weight across the country. Starting last fall with their “Breakout Tour”, the buzz around the band was palpable and has only been gaining momentum. 2017 is quickly proving to be the year the band sticks the landing. Having completed the full first leg of a national tour opening for Umphrey’s Mcgee with headlining dates mixed in, it is fair to say that Spafford has seen a huge boost in exposure and an increasingly larger spotlight on their music and improvisational creativity.So far that spotlight has served them in an enormously positive way. Taking the stage at prestigious theaters is always a huge step in the evolution of an up and coming band, and thus far for Spafford, transforming their sound from the club circuit to large venues has only bolstered their fan base. Their sound has smoothly crossed over into the larger rooms and the connection to new audiences has been undeniable.Today, the band shared a pro-shot video of original composition “The Postman” from the beautiful Fillmore Theater in Detroit, MI. See for yourself what all the buzz is about, video courtesy of the band.
Over the weekend, Pretty Lights anonymously sent 50 lucky #PLFamily members a FedEx package with a wooden USB drive filled with 20+ unreleased live “flips” and soft announcement materials for Pretty Lights (Live)‘s return to Red Rocks Amphitheater and Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago, IL. Today, PL completes the announcement with full details for the 7th and 8th installation of Pretty Lights Episodic Festival series.EXCLUSIVE: Pretty Lights Details The Vision Behind NOLA Pop-Up Parade, Shares Insight On New AlbumPretty Lights will return to the magical Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the 9th year running on August 11-12th with special guests G Jones, Manic Focus, SoDown, and Daily Bread! The following weekend, Pretty Lights is heading to Northerly Island once again on August 18-19, and will bring The Floozies, Big Wild, The Soul Rebels, Chali 2na, CloZee and Maddy O’Neal. See below:Sign-up here for Fan Pre-Sale Tickets available Wednesday 5/17 at 10am MT.General On-Sale Tickets are available Friday, May 19th @ 10am MT.In a recent interview with Derek Vincent Smith, he confirms there will be a total of eight of these events, including the recently announced The Gorge Ampthieatre weekend and the returns to Red Rocks Ampitheatre and Northerly Island.Two weeks ago, he hosted a surprise second line parade and pop-up show in New Orleans so demonstrate the new direction of Pretty Lights. The parade ended beneath a highway overpass, setting up those in attendance for an intimate, once-in-a-lifetime performance by the pioneering DJ/producer, a brigade of brass blowers, and the many musical friends who joined in along the way.The massive production on Sunday doubled as a celebration and a music video shoot for Pretty Lights’ newest single, “The Sun Spreads In Our Minds,” which we can officially expect to hear next month. The song is also the lead track on the upcoming Pretty Lights album—his first official release since 2013’s A Color Map Of The Sun. More information can be found here.[photo by Phierce Photo]
Photo Courtesy of Göran HöglundAfter a devastating earthquake rattled Nepal on April 25, killing thousands and triggering an avalanche that obliterated an Everest base camp, prominent people within the Mount Everest climbing community have called for a reprieve. Those calls were amplified this week when another powerful earthquake struck the tiny Asian country not far from the epicenter of the original, killing dozens more.Some of these voices, like that of Mission 14 Founder Nick Cienski, who was present at Base Camp at the time of the avalanche that killed as many as 18 climbers, are requesting that people refrain from tackling Everest for the remainder of the year.Cienski says that attempting to climb Everest is just too dangerous right now because the mountain is too volatile and unpredictable.This video shows raw and disturbing footage of the avalanche that killed as many as 17 people at Everest Base Camp.“The thinking here is that a lot of stuff got shaken, but it didn’t all fall,” he told Jayme Moye for an article published in Men’s Journal. “Whether it falls today, tomorrow, or next month, no one knows. Even though there are not massive avalanches in the Icefall right now, the feeling is that everything is just more teetering than it was.”Cienski also pointed to those effected in Nepal and said that the efforts of his crew members should be directed at them rather than another summiting of the world’s tallest mountain.“The pivotal moment came when we learned that our partner organization had suffered damage to their building,” he told Moye. “It was a safe house where women had been rescued from brothels in India. After that, we thought, ‘what are we doing here? We want to climb this based on what?’ It made infinitely more sense to pack it up and get our butts to Kathmandu and help those organizations we’d pledged to help.”While Cienski calls for a temporary closure of Everest in response to the recent chain of natural disasters, others are pointing to a more permanent solution.Jan Morris was present at the base of Everest in 1953 when Sir Edmund Hillary and sherpa Tenzing Norway arrived after completing the first ever summit of the 29,000 foot peak. She says that the sanctity of Everest has been compromised since the days of Hillary and Norgay, and believes the mountain should be closed to climbing altogether.“It (Everest) reminded me of some magnificent wild beast, dressed up for a circus performance or a TV show,” she said, in an article published in the NewStatesman. “And in the course of this display, people lost their lives – Sherpas, climbers and tourists alike – to remind us now and then that it was not all make-believe.”Morris is not the first to voice such concerns. As the popularity of climbing Everest has increased, so has the amount of garbage strewn about it’s valleys and the corpses of climbers who died trying to make the summit—many of which can never be removed due to limited aerial access. All of this makes you wonder if Jan Morris has a point. Should Everest be closed forever?
55SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Mansel Guerry Mansel Guerry is President and CEO of CU24, operator of the country’s largest credit union-owned POS and surcharge-free ATM networks, and also provides a range of other services to … Web: www.cu24.com Details Many have come to know that credit unions put people before profits and offer a slew of other benefits, like favorable interest rates and no minimum-balance requirements. They also know they can’t say the same for banks.Nevertheless, the great majority of people continue to stick with their good old, fee-happy banks— while credit union growth remains relatively stagnant. A 2015 Accenture study, for example, revealed that credit unions grew only 3 percent among account holders ages 18 to 34 last year.This raises a few key questions: Why, in an era when switching financial institutions is easier than ever, do people remain loyal bank customers even as their dissatisfaction grows? Why aren’t credit unions subsequently growing at a faster rate? Finally, why aren’t credit unions doing more to tell their story and tout their benefits?Unfortunately, there are lingering misperceptions about credit unions, and now is an opportune time for us, as a community, to change them. Growing consumer dissatisfaction, even alienation, from traditional banks creates a substantial opportunity for credit unions to win over new members.Our own research indicates that many consumers are largely unaware that credit unions have changed with the times. While they may know credit unions possess a people-before-profits ideology and favorable interest rates, they’re unaware of other advantages.Of course bank locations still outnumber credit unions by a long shot, according to data from CUNA. A simple Internet search on “credit unions near me” will turn up far fewer results than a similar “banks near me” search. The major banks also do a great job of deploying and branding ATMs, which enables convenient account access as well many surcharge-free locations..Clearly, credit unions need to get the message out that they have increased their physical locations and expanded their footprints. Credit unions can actually offer broader access and a greater number of surcharge-free ATMs than even the largest banks. And, according to recent NCUA data, just 91 credit unions said they were considering branch expansion in 2009, but in 2013 that figure jumped 648% to nearly 700. At the same time, U.S. banking companies shuttered more branches than they opened during the first quarter of 2014, according to SNL Financial.Another message that needs to be shouted, loud and clear, is that today’s credit unions are more open than ever before. The idea that a consumer must belong to a special group, like a teacher’s group or labor union, no longer applies. Today, there is a credit union for nearly everyone.Finally, a growing number of credit unions are offering new services such as mobile person-to-person payments, mobile banking, and competitive rewards programs. All of these things make financial transactions more convenient, with easier access and greater control than ever before. We need to make it clear that these services are available from our local credit unions, bent on a commitment to meet the financial needs of the members they serve. With these things in mind, there’s a lot credit unions can do to strengthen their message.For starters, we can do a better job of reaching customers through their preferred means of communication, like social media outlets, mobile alerts and direct emails. Credit unions also need to increase their reach to target audiences through the appropriate languages. As a growing number of Americans speak more than one language, some branches may need to expand their bi-lingual materials and capabilities, and this may extend to those new service and delivery mechanisms we mentioned before.In addition, credit unions can expand their reach by partnering with networks like CU24 that offer a wider availability of surcharge-free ATMs, and cost-effective electronic services. There’s no time like the present to persuade disaffected bank customers to explore credit unions. Doing more to strengthen marketing tactics and messaging is a win-win for not only individual credit unions, but the entire credit union movement.
A few days ago, I made an early morning trip to a local big-box athletic supply store in search of new walking shoes. I entered the store as one of the first customers of the day and right away could tell they hadn’t cleaned up from the day before. The floors were dirty, merchandise was scattered about and nothing looked clean.When trying on something in the dressing room, it got even worse. Un-purchased clothes from the day before still hung on the racks and dust bunnies and someone’s used Band-Aid (yuck) were on the floor. It just wasn’t a pleasant experience.How your bank or credit union facilities appear absolutely matters to your brand. You can have terrific consumer engagement from staff and all the right talking points in your brand mantra but it doesn’t really matter if consumers are distracted by an unkempt appearance.As we conduct mystery shops as part of the On The Mark Strategies marketing audit process, a few examples of “dirty” bank and credit union brands include: 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »